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About Newcastle University London

Join a top 10 university for graduate employment

You’ll be a Newcastle University student but live and study on our London campus. You’ll benefit from the universities excellent reputation for graduate employability and live in the 3rd city in the world for employer activity (QS Best Student Cities 2016). 

Sounds like a great way to start your career? You’ll also have access to Newcastle University’s alumni network, e-resources, research-informed teaching, careers service and students’ union. 

Want to live with other students? No problem, you can choose between two student residences all within easy reach of the campus.

Designed to meet your needs

On campus, you’ll find flexible teaching spaces including two lecture theatres and seminar rooms with interactive whiteboards. 

There’s also a Learning Resource Centre offering a range of learning materials, along with modern IT facilities and free Wi-Fi.

Hungry? Grab a bite to eat at the campus café or head downstairs for pizza or sushi.

The campus is small which means you’ll soon be familiar with your fellow students and will make friends quickly.

At the welcome desk, you’ll meet our support team. They’re available round the clock. From managing your money and living arrangements to immigration and your health and happiness, they’ll be able to help.

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Study at a triple accredited business school in the heart of London’s financial district

All our degree programmes are designed by Newcastle University Business School. In the 1% of business schools who are triple accredited, there’s a focus on accelerated personal growth and encouraging you to develop a competitive advantage. 

With global employers on your doorstep, the London campus is the perfect base to develop your professional network and build connections with business and industry.

You'll have the opportunity to attend networking events with both recent and experienced Newcastle University graduates, and the Graduate Connections database can put you in touch with former students from all over the world who may be able to help you in your chosen career. And, if you haven’t chosen a career you can make full use of the support offered by Newcastle University’s careers service.

Nervous about making new friends? Don’t worry, as a Newcastle University student, you’ll be a member of the Students’ Union. The campus rep organises an active social calendar, so you’ll make new friends in no time.

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A globally ranked university

Newcastle University is ranked in the top 1% of universites in the world (QS World University Rankings 2015-2016). Newcastle University London brings its top rankings to the capital along with excellent employability with a top 20 ranking for graduate career prospects (The Complete University Guide 2016).

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